Kapuso actresses Jasmine Curtis-Smith, Vaness Del Moral take on Light it Forward challenge

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These two beautiful Kapuso celebrities Jasmine Curtis-Smith and Vaness Del Moral proudly take on the LIGHT IT FORWARD challenge. Credits to their social media pages.

Kapuso actresses Jasmine Curtis-Smith and Vaness Del Moral have taken on the challenge of building solar lights in the LIGHT IT FORWARD campaign.

The solar lamps that the advocates built, go straight to the underprivileged communities in the Philippines who have little or no access to electricity.

Many celebrities have already joined the chain of solar challenges including Jasmine and Vaness from the GMA Network who share the same advocacy of bringing light to people living in darkness.

Join your favorite celebrities by giving 20-30 minutes of your time to build the solar lamps in the comforts of your home.

Jasmine and Vaness with their Light it Forward solar lamps.

Jasmine Curtis-Smith

Jasmine co-stars in the Philippine adaptation of the award-winning drama series Descendants of the Sun (DOTS) as Moira Defensor – Rocco Nacino’s love interest.

The 26-year-old Millennial Ambassador for Philippine Indigenous Energy joined LIGHT IT FORWARD and posted the video of the assembly process on her Instagram on July 12, 2020.

In the 4-minute video of the actress, she gave a brief explanation of the campaign and told the viewers of the impact it will bring to the millions of people who have no light source.

“Believe it or not, there are 60 millions of Filipinos who still have no access to electricity so imagine if you can provide a light source to the communities who need it especially in this time,” Curtis said.

Jasmine also crafted her video with detailed information flashed on the screen during the assembly process to guide future solar advocates.

The DOTS star also reminded the viewers that if they encounter any problems, they can directly message (DM) the Liter of Light because they were very helpful.

After finishing the solar lamp, Jasmine encouraged everyone to participate in the solar lighting movement and wished them “Good luck!”

WATCH Jasmine Curtis’ assembly process here:

Vaness Del Moral

Vaness is a product of GMA Network’s talent show Starstruck and became famous in playing “kontrabida” or antagonist roles in various drama and later evolved into a comedienne.

The versatile actress uploaded her LIGHT IT FORWARD challenge on August 5, 2020.

The Kapuso star proudly shares her own liter of light kit and started off her video by introducing each part and informed the viewers that she personally built solar lamp will be sent to poor communities without electricity.

During the assembly process, Vaness shows her jolly side by making funny faces and cracking up jokes from time to time allowing the viewers to see how building solar lights can be fun.

“Proud to say that I made it on my own. Thank you @literoflight for the experience. Had a few booboo’s but it was all good. You learn as you go.” Vaness shared.

Upon completion, Vaness challenged her celebrity friends to LIGHT IT FORWARD too: Mark Striegel, Carla Abellana, Rhian Ramos, and Klea Pineda.

WATCH Vaness’s assembly process here:

Jasmine Curtis and Vaness Del Moral are part of the second batch of solar challengers who accepted the Liter of Light’s campaign to LIGHT IT FORWARD along with another Kapuso actress Kyline Alcantara, GMA news anchors Saleema Refran and Vonne Aquino.

Do you want to accept the Light it Forward Challenge? Message the Light it Forward team on Facebook to find out how you can join the advocacy!

This article on solar challengers Jasmine Curtis-Smith and Vaness Del Moral first appeared on Light it Forward.

SEND CHEERS to these two Kapuso actresses Jasmine Curtis and Vaness Del Moral for taking on the Light it Forward Challenge to build solar lights for communities without electricity!

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Alyssa Leyda-Aldemo
Alyssa Leyda-Aldemo was a contributor in the News Letter of her former agency and is currently a content writer on her church's website and social media platform. She is now a full-time housewife who wants to re-ignite her passion for writing.